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Alicia Lieberman | Child Trauma  | Legacy Interview

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Leading Child trauma expert and developer of Child-Parent Psychotherapy, a highly effective evidence-based psychodynamic treatment

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Conversations with Luminaries in the Field of Child Psychotherapy

LIVE Legacy interview with Professor Alicia Lieberman acclaimed child clinician, developer of Child-Parent Psychotherapy and Toddler expert

with special guests:

Arietta Slade, internationally recognised clinician on reflective parenting and attachment.

Markita Mays, clinician and international expert on race and trauma experienced by black families.

Tuesday 24 May 2022, 5-7pm UK

(12:00-2:00pm EST / 10:00am-12:00pm MST /9:00-11:00am PST)

Professor Alicia Lieberman is an internationally acclaimed clinician and has made major contributions to our understanding of toddler development, attachment and cross-cultural perspectives on early development through her research, writing and trainings.

Alicia is the senior developer of Child-Parent Psychotherapy, a widely used evidence-based treatment for traumatised children and their families.

Alicia has developed a unique capacity to convey her highly attuned understanding of traumatised toddlers. We believe it has made her a compelling voice for them.

Alicia will also be discussing her newest book, “Make Room for Baby: Perinatal Child-Parent Psychotherapy to repair trauma and promote attachment.”

Alicia will be in conversation with her special guests Arietta Slade and Markita Mays to discuss her latest research and perspectives on the treatment of children experiencing traumatic symptoms.

Our Special Guests:

Arietta Slade is Professor of Clinical Child Psychology at the Yale Child Study Center.  An internationally recognised theoretician, clinician, researcher, and teacher, she has published widely on reflective parenting, the clinical implications of attachment theory, the development of parental mentalization, and the relational contexts of early symbolisation.  

Markita Mays is Co-Director of EMBRACE Perinatal Care for Black Families and Co-Director of Perinatal Mental Health at the Child Trauma Research Program at University of California San Francisco.

Markita is a clinician and national trainer in Child-Parent Psychotherapy and expert on race and trauma experienced by African American families and communities. She has a special interest in healing interventions rooted in spiritual/indigenous practices and traditions.

There will be time for questions from the audience.

If you're unable to make this time, a recording will be made and sent to all ticket holders. 

We are looking forward to warmly welcoming you on 24 May. 

Jane and Salam

Interviewers

Alicia Lieberman will be in conversation with Jane O'Rourke and Salam Soliman.

Jane O'Rourke is a Child, Adolescent and Family Psychotherapist and Founder of MINDinMIND.

Salam Soliman is Director of NCTSN's Center for Prevention and Early Trauma Treatment at Child First and Nurse Family Partnership and Board Member of American Psychological Association's Division 39 Section II, based in the USA.

In partnership with MINDinMIND, APA Division 39 Section II andThe National Service Office for Nurse-Family Partnership & Child First

More about Professor Alicia Lieberman

Professor Lieberman is Irving B. Harris Endowed Chair in Infant Mental Health; Professor and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs at the University of California, San Francisco, Department of Psychiatry; Director of the Child Trauma Research Program at San Francisco General Hospital; and a former Board Member and President of ZERO TO THREE.

She is involved in treatment outcome research on effectiveness of child-trauma psychotherapy, the impact of domestic violence and chronic traumatic stressors on early mental health and child development.

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